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JuanTheGolfer

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About JuanTheGolfer

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    Hernando, Florida

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    7.5
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    Righty

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  1. Dec 11 Day 11 Another chilly day with a high of only 58 - so I am stuck in the house two days in a row!!! Grrrr!! So again I worked on improving my connectedness by repeated swings using an Impact Ball and a shortened club so I could do this indoors and then did a series of 6 step drills from the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy. I WILL go out tomorrow as the high will be 71 YEAH!!! And yes I am a weather wimp, having been raised in Rochester, NY I have had my fill of cold... and do not even mention snow.
  2. Dec 10 Day 10 Another chilly day with a high of only 55!! So I worked on improving my connectedness by repeated swings using an Impact Ball and a shortened club so I could do this indoors. Hopefully tomorrow it will be warmer and I can get out to the range.
  3. Dec 9 Day 9. Played in a scramble this morning, inspite of the 45-50 degree weather and light rain. Then into the house to warm up and spend 30 minutes plus putting a ball down my 4 foot metal ruler, to help with practicing starting the ball on line.
  4. Dec 8 Day 8 Did my Super Speed Training Program working on increasing my swing speed. Then hit a large bucket of drivers working on more stability turning back and finishing on my left foot.. Then played 18 holes and hit lots of extra shots around the green working on distance control -- proximity to the pin on chips and pitches.. Excellent variety of practice.
  5. Dec 7 Day 7 Cold and rainy outside today. So I spent 30 minutes rolling putts down a 4 foot metal ruler, working on insuring I am starting the ball on line.
  6. Dec 6 Day 6 Played 18 holes today at Stone Creek Golf Club, then headed to the range for 45 minutes to work on my lag putting!!! Shot 81 with 4 three putts!!! And only one of those putts started more than 35 feet from the hole Grrr!!!
  7. Dec 5. Spent 3 hours on the range. Did 27 Drills which build skills and technique as part of the Six Step Process taught by the Gary Gilchrist Academy. Each drill required hitting 8 balls. Getting ready for my weekly golf game!! Tomorrow will tell how the practice is impacting my ball striking and score.
  8. Dec 4 Day 4. Spent an hour on the putting green at Stone Creek Golf Club working on my lag putting using drills from the book, "Make More Putts!" Then spent time with a Titleist Club Fitter to see if the new 918 AP1 Irons would be a good replacement for my 914 AP1s. The result is that I am hitting the ball further and with a tighter dispersion with my present clubs. We tried the AP3, different shafts, etc. nothing out performed what I have been using. So I just saved $1000!!! And have great peace of mind and confidence in my present clubs.
  9. Dec 3 Day 3 Did the same 28 different "Motion" drills from the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Technical Week Plan. Hit 8 balls with each drill. The purpose of the drills is to improve balance, strength, rhythm, tempo and speed. Specifically focused on keeping a steady head position. Also worked with the Super Speed Golf System - Protocol 2 working to increase swing speed. 3 hours plus..now time for lunch.
  10. Dec 2. Spent 3 1/2 hours on the range. Did 27 Drills which build skills and technique as part of the Six Step Process taught by the Gary Gilchrist Academy. Each drill required hitting 8 balls. Also did 6 drills to improve clubhead speed from the book, "Train for Golf Like an Olympian" by Huffman and Gilchrist. Nap time!!
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  12. Did the 28 different "Motion" drills from the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Technical Week Plan. Hit 8 balls with each drill. The purpose of the drills is to improve balance, strength, rhythm, tempo and speed. Also hit 10 drivers using the Swing Speed Radar as I am working on improving my swing speed. Total time 4 hours.
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